Tool and Usage
|License||Apache License 2.0|
|Programming languages||C++, Python|
|Latest release||No release found|
HTTPS connections use cryptographic functions to provide confidentiality and integrity. It can provide features like domain validation, end-to-end encryption, and a trust chain from certificate authorities down to the end-user. Any flaws can endanger these goals, like the impersonation of a system, man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks, and website spoofing. This project helps to find flaws and improve the overall security of our internet.
Usage and audience
Certificate Transparency is commonly used for certificate management. Target users for this tool are general public and security professionals.
Supported operating systems
Certificate Transparency is known to work on FreeBSD, Linux, and macOS.
Certificate Transparency alternatives
Similar tools to Certificate Transparency:
Cipherscan is a tool to test the ordering of SSL/TLS ciphers on a given target. It tests the major versions of SSL, TLS, and any extensions of these protocols.
Lemur manages TLS certificate creation and the underlying process that is required. It acts as a broker between a certificate authority (CA) and the environment
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